What Do You Want?

What Do You Want Every now and then a perfect baby book appears What Do You Want is just such a book with its simple text and beautiful illustrations by Sweden s renowned author and illustrator Lars Klinting We turn

  • Title: What Do You Want?
  • Author: Lars Klinting Maria Lundin
  • ISBN: 9780888999887
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Board Book
  • Every now and then a perfect baby book appears What Do You Want is just such a book, with its simple text and beautiful illustrations by Sweden s renowned author and illustrator Lars Klinting We turn from page to page wondering what will come next, each time finding an answer that is a tiny bit unexpected, but also very satisfying Babies will love this book with its faEvery now and then a perfect baby book appears What Do You Want is just such a book, with its simple text and beautiful illustrations by Sweden s renowned author and illustrator Lars Klinting We turn from page to page wondering what will come next, each time finding an answer that is a tiny bit unexpected, but also very satisfying Babies will love this book with its familiar images and little surprises.Delightful in its simplicity, Klinting s classic style shines in this timeless publication, reminiscent of the Golden Age of the picture book.

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    1. Lars Klinting 1948 2006 var snickaren som blev h gt lskad barnboksf rfattare De sju b ckerna om Castor och Frippe r enormt uppskattade, s v l i Sverige som i m nga andra l nder Alfabeta har instiftat ett pris till Lars Klintings minne, Castorpriset, en t vling f r bilderb cker som f renar fakta och fantasi Lars Klinting had his studio on S dermalm in central Stockholm, where he made drawings and illustrations of animals and plants In the window, there would often be a stuffed bird or insects that could give a hint about what was going on in there.Lars had always been interested in drawing, but he was not a professionally trained illustrator Instead he was a furniture carpenter, and his plan was to continue his studies to become a teacher of crafts But he did not pass the entry exam, so he started working as an illustrator of technical objects Lars soon tired of this job, and in the seventies he became a school teacher After four years of this, he decided it was time for something new so he sat down to write and draw the book Regal the Golden Eagle in Swedish rjan den h jdr dda rnen This was the story about an eagle who was afraid to fly and of a very small bird who helped him overcome his fear Some years earlier, Lars had met the real Regal on an island close to Lofoten in Norway Regal lived there with his mate on a rock, and Lars passed them every day He named the eagles rjan and Ebba , and the story started to take shape The book was published 1982 and became a classic He worked with children s books ever since Regal the Golden Eagle later became an animated film, which premiered in 1999 and was nominated for the Swedish equivalent of an Oscar, the Golden Bug Guldbagge.Lars next book was P rlsork not available in English , a story about a small field mouse that wants to travel to the far away mountains Lars again used his interest in and knowledge of nature to describe the mouse s journey By the time he had written his third book, V rdtr det , which describes the life on a farm through several generations, commissions for illustrating other writers books started trickling in Among them were four of Kipling s fables, a cook book for beginners and a book about weather He was now an established author, and in 1987 he received the Elsa Beskow Award for his collective work.When Lars returned to create a book of his own, the topic he chose was again birds His own interest in birds began in the sixties when he was working in a cemetery where there were many birds and two colleagues who shared his interest The book My First Bird Book is a field book for children and beginners, with text and illustrations of the 40 most common birds in Sweden The choice of species was based on what kind of birds a child is most likely to see in the city, in parks and in gardens In 1986, the book was selected as Panda Book of the Year by the WWF in Sweden He then went on to illustrate Selma Lagerl f s classic The Wonderful Adventures of Nils , before continuing his nature book series with My First Tree Book , My First Insect Book and My First Animal Book Lars felt that if you show how amazing nature is, you will be inspired to take care of it.He continued this vision with Harvey the beaver In 1995 the book Harvey the Carpenter was published, and it was nominated to one of the most prestigious book awards in Sweden name of the Award It was important to Lars to respect animals even when you make them human, and he has said that you cross the line when you put pants on them Harvey continued, together with his friend Chip, to show children how to sew, bake, grow, paint and fix a puncture The Handy Harvey series became Lars most successful, and they have been published in over 25 different languages all over the world Between the Harvey books, he also illustrated a new edition of Christmas in the stable by Astrid Lindgren.

    2. what do u want seriously now its getting enough jilaaad this is too much seriously what do u want from a this innocent one girl .You are not doing fair with her u ll regret one day I m soo mad at you 😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈 agar tum samnay a jao book sy nikal ky tu I ll literally shoot you I hate you .you are cold hearted imprecation .riously I love this book BT I m soo mad at her .😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈😈πŸ [...]

    3. I was impressed by the connectivity of the book. It does not follow any set pattern, but makes associations that are interesting and thought provoking to the small child. Cognitive development, abstract associations, and most of all, my three year old was very pleased with herself after reading it to me.My daughter has learned to read; she is at a beginning level and often becomes frustrated at having to sound out every single word she comes to. This book, and others like it, give her pleasure a [...]

    4. The girls and I love this book, and have since they were both quite young. On first reading you can't always predict what is coming next, which is refreshing in a baby book. The illustrations are simple and bold making it a great book anytime from 6 months on.There is one gender issue in the book but I'm alright with talking about it as the girls get older. I do like that the child character in the book is gender neutral so isn't alienating anyone (at least not by gender).This book hasn't been r [...]

    5. I really made poor library book choices for Natalie this week. I got this one because I thought it would be one of those nice book that pairs things together - like animals and noises, animals and habitats, things and sounds, people and objects they use. This book sort of does that. But there isn't an overall theme to the pairings. For example, it has that the baby carriage wants the baby, but also has lots of people in the book. It has that the old man wants his hat, but the old women wants the [...]

    6. This was okay I guess? I don't know, I found some of the associations of what things want a little trippy. It must be personal taste because I can't put my finger on what I find off-putting about this. Lucy, the actual baby reader, doesn't seem to have any particularly strong feelings for or against.

    7. What fun.is book encourages the reader to anticipate answers to the question "what do you want" using many different types of objects such as rooster, pillow and little old woman. Kids enjoyed it.

    8. Sure, making realistic pairings and connections. But it made me laugh with its silly wording: "pillow its cheek," "little old woman her little old man."

    9. I remember thinking that this was cute, but I don't remember much about it now, so I'll give it three starts. I picked it up because of the adorable pram.

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